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Health-Boosting, Low-Impact Exercises for Seniors

Health-Boosting, Low-Impact Exercises for Seniors, by Jenny Hart. Photograph of two seniors stretching on lawn by Monkey Business
Photograph by Monkey Business

Staying active with regular physical activity is good for your heart, your muscles, your stamina, and your mind…no matter your age!

Staying healthy is important at any age, but it’s especially important as you get older. Fortunately, keeping fit and active doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated thanks to the variety of low-impact options to keep seniors healthy without too much wear and tear on their joints.

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